search was conducted in the areas of colony management principles and primate medicine.
Judy L. Cameron, Ph.D.
Dr. Cameron was Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiology at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research involved nonhuman primate models of female hormone regulation and physiology.
Christopher L. Coe, Ph.D.
Dr. Coe was Chairman of the Department of Psychology, Harlow Primate Lab, a Staff Scientist at the Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center, and Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. His research focused on stress and immunological responses in nonhuman primates.
W. Richard Dukelow, MS, Ph.D.
Dr. Dukelow was Professor of Physiology and Animal Husbandry and Director of the Endocrine Research Unit at Michigan State University and Associate Dean of the Research College of Veterinary Medicine, East Lansing. His research included the biochemistry and physiology of reproduction, especially spermatozoa, capacitation, intrauterine devices, and embryonic mortality.
Gisela Epple, Ph.D.
Dr. Epple was a member of the Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia, PA. Her research focused on the socio-sexual behavior and communication of neotropical primates.
Dorothy M. Fragaszy, MA, Ph.D.
Dr. Fragaszy was Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Georgia at Athens. Her research was conducted in the areas of manipulation, gross motor behaviors, and activity states of nonhuman primates during development.
William A. Mason, Ph.D.
Dr. Mason was Professor and Research Scientist in the Department of Psychology at the University of California at Davis. He studied primate behavior and developmental psychobiology.
Klaus A. Miczek, Ph.D.
Dr. Miczek was Professor of Psychology at Tufts University at Boston, MA. His research involved drugs, and primate behavior and aggression.
Melinda A. Novak, MA, Ph.D.
Dr. Novak was Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the